Boxing legend Mike Tyson, 56, recently told therapist Sean McFarland on the podcast “Hotboxin’ With Mike Tyson” that he does not have much time left to live, but he is now reflecting on higher truths and claims he is no longer an outright liberal and has become a little conservative due to common sense.
Though he first professed reluctance to reveal his political opinions, Mike Tyson detailed in an interview with Newsmax how he gradually shifted toward conservatism.
“Listen, if I start talking about politics, my friends are not going to like me. Hey, let’s just not do that, okay? Let’s just not do that. My family gets mad; my friends get mad when we talk about politics. ”
This election will be my 1st time voting. I never thought I could because of my felony record. I’m proud to finally vote. Go to https://t.co/7O281P87lE to register. #NationalVoterRegistrationDay— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) September 22, 2020
Greta Van Susteren, the host, eventually persuaded Tyson to voice his opinions.
The reason Tyson made the decision to take the risk knowing that it would cost him money was as surprising as the fact that he had changed his political views to the right.
Van Susteren pointed out that Tyson had relocated to Florida, the state that is home to two prominent conservatives, former president Donald Trump and governor Ron DeSantis. addressing the request from Van Susteren for a remark on the 2024 election.
Van Susteren praised the former champion by remarking that few individuals could defeat Mike Tyson.
Mike Tyson cast his first ballot in the 2020 presidential contest.
Tyson has not made his political preferences for the upcoming 2024 race or the midterm elections known in the public. However, he is joined in his admission of switching to the conservative side by a number of once liberal superstars.